ruck up

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • v ruck up become wrinkled or drawn together "her lips puckered"
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Usage

In literature:

The singer announced "The Accursed Bread," and, extending his right arm, which made his coat ruck up into his neck, he began.
"Original Short Stories, Volume 11 (of 13)" by Guy de Maupassant
The singer announced "The Accursed Bread," and, extending his right arm, which made his coat ruck up into his neck, he began.
"Maupassant Original Short Stories (180), Complete" by Guy de Maupassant
It is not fair to mix them up with the ruck of passengers, nor is it done on real ships.
"Letters of Travel (1892-1913)" by Rudyard Kipling
Never, according to Tommy the Mate, had the gravel of our carriage drive been so rucked up by the pawing feet of high-bred horses.
"The Woman Thou Gavest Me" by Hall Caine
At the quarter-pole Kay had worked her mount easily up through the ruck to contend with Peep-sight.
"The Pride of Palomar" by Peter B. Kyne
The singer announced, "The Accursed Bread," and extending his right arm, which made his coat ruck up into his neck, he began.
"The Works of Guy de Maupassant, Vol. 1 (of 8)" by Guy de Maupassant
Tolto waded through the ruck of smaller men, tore it from its socket and hurled it up the stairs.
"The Martian Cabal" by Roman Frederick Starzl
Even as I sprang forward, a savage leaped from the ruck, but I escaped his hand, and raced up the dark trail, the one thought urging me on.
"Beyond the Frontier" by Randall Parrish
He's stuck up and citified, and wears gloves, and takes his meals private in his room, and all that sort of ruck.
"The Boy Scout and Other Stories for Boys" by Richard Harding Davis
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In news:

Dan Havel and Dean Ruck - smashed up a couple of other bungalows , and in the process, created Inversion, one of the most astounding of pieces of art that Houston had ever seen.
Rook up and Ruck Around.
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